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Mainstream media: Covering the issue of domain theft helps the domain industry

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Domain names are getting stolen more often than what you think.

Domain names are getting stolen more often than what you think.

When it comes down to coverage of any crime, media serve as the presenter of information; often, digging below the surface and acting as interrogators.

Mainstream media covering the issue of domain theft have discovered untapped territory, and that’s a good thing for the domain industry.

The information presented in yesterday’s Huffington Post article on domain theft can be considered to be the first truly investigative article on the effect of stolen domains on the flow of a business.

Several weeks ago, Gerry Smith, the article’s author, communicated with us via email and we delivered a lengthy report, along with a followup phone conversation, on the subject of domain theft. Hopefully his extensive coverage of the theft of MLA.com will also put pressure on the domain registrar Internet BS that isn’t assisting actively with the domain’s return to the lawful owner, Michael Lee of Michael Lee & Associates.

Today, the Huffington Post is covering the subject of protecting one’s domains from being stolen.

While the new article does not present the full range of measures one can take to protect their domains, it’s a good start and it should help raise awareness of the general public about the ability to protect their virtual assets.

Click here for the article.


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One Response to “Mainstream media: Covering the issue of domain theft helps the domain industry”
  1. Since “Internet BS” changed hands maybe the new owner centralnic will do something about MLA.com.
    Or else their BS will stick with them forever.

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